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Target to pay front-line workers to get coronavirus vaccine

The retail giant will provide up to four hours of pay, two hours for each dose, to hourly workers when they get their vaccines.

News 12 Staff

Feb 11, 2021, 5:58 PM

Updated 1,225 days ago

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Target to pay front-line workers to get coronavirus vaccine
Target will pay its front-line workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
The retail giant will provide up to four hours of pay, two hours for each dose, to hourly workers when they get their vaccines.
Target also announced it will provide team members with free Lyft rides, up to $15 each way, to get to and from their appointments if necessary.
The company says it will not require team members to get the vaccine.


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